All day eateries are having their moment in the sun & this one, with its outdoor space & palm trees, is the brightest of them all. We can't say the same for the service & food.
The new nightclub replacing Red Light seems like it was designed for people who turned sixteen in 1999 and haven’t grown up since.
Yauatcha is billed as a dim sum tea house, but it's really Hakkasan lite - more casual, less expensive, and a better restaurant than it's older sibling.
At the latest offering from Impresario, sketchy walls, bright red chairs & snow-drenched artefacts make for a pretty picture.
Hidden inside a general store named Sea Spray, this clandestine shop sells Mexican popsicles made from fruit and Hawaiian shaved ice.
This new bar is a fun place to blow off some steam, catch the game, or just hang with cold beers and old friends. Almost better than a leprechaun.
This could be our White Castle, we thought, as we made our way to Union Park’s newest burger bistro. Alas, it was not to be.
This branch is a full-fledged restaurant that fits a hundred and twenty people, split levelled and panelled in marble, with leather seating and a soaring, neon wall installation.
Sequels have almost always failed in the wake of great originals, but when we spotted its green awning & airy vibe, we knew that this new Woodside was at least going to try.
In a new attempt to rescue their wilting Racecourse restaurant, the Akerkars have swapped their European kitchen for a Nawabi one.
We know it all too well now: that cute cafe that lures you in with its charm but disappoints with pedestrian food & breaks your heart with preposterous prices.
Selling baked goods, dessert & a few mains, LSD follows the same model as Candies, an institutional eatery just a few minutes away.